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Stored procedures
..Plane is used to:
  • Find out the active plane of a window (or report) or the plane to which a control belongs.
  • Modify the active plane of a window (or report) or associate a control with another plane.
Notes:
  • A plane is a "layer":
    • of a window,
    • Versions 19 and later
      of a report.
      New in version 19
      of a report.
      of a report.
    Several planes cannot be viewed at the same time (in the window editor, page editor, report editor, or in your applications).
  • In a window or in a report, each control can:
    • belong to no plane. This control will always be displayed, regardless of the current plane.
    • belong to a plane. This control will be displayed when the corresponding plane is visible.
    • Versions 19 and later
      belong to several planes. This control will be displayed when one of the planes associated with the control is enabled (which means visible).
      New in version 19
      belong to several planes. This control will be displayed when one of the planes associated with the control is enabled (which means visible).
      belong to several planes. This control will be displayed when one of the planes associated with the control is enabled (which means visible).
  • Versions 19 and later
    The planes in the reports are mainly used to replace the substitution blocks: all you have to do is position the controls on several planes and enable the requested plane during the print.
    New in version 19
    The planes in the reports are mainly used to replace the substitution blocks: all you have to do is position the controls on several planes and enable the requested plane during the print.
    The planes in the reports are mainly used to replace the substitution blocks: all you have to do is position the controls on several planes and enable the requested plane during the print.
Versions 19 and later
Reports and Queries This property is now available for the report and for the report controls.
New in version 19
Reports and Queries This property is now available for the report and for the report controls.
Reports and Queries This property is now available for the report and for the report controls.
Versions 22 and later
Windows This property is now available in the WEBDEV sites.
New in version 22
Windows This property is now available in the WEBDEV sites.
Windows This property is now available in the WEBDEV sites.
Example
Syntax

Finding out the active plane of a window (or report) or the plane to which a control belongs Hide the details

<Plane Number> = <Object Name>..Plane
<Plane Number>: Integer or character string
  • Number of the active plane in the specified window.
  • Versions 19 and later
    Number of the active plane in the specified report.
    New in version 19
    Number of the active plane in the specified report.
    Number of the active plane in the specified report.
  • Number of the plane to which the specified control belongs.
  • Versions 19 and later
    Numbers of the planes (separated by a comma) to which the control belongs.
    New in version 19
    Numbers of the planes (separated by a comma) to which the control belongs.
    Numbers of the planes (separated by a comma) to which the control belongs.
<Object Name>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of object to use:
  • Name of control.
  • Name of window.
  • Versions 19 and later
    Name of report.
    New in version 19
    Name of report.
    Name of report.

Modifying the active plane of a window (or report) or associating a control with another plane Hide the details

<Object Name>..Plane = <New Plane>
<Object Name>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of object to use:
  • Name of control.
  • Name of window.
  • Versions 19 and later
    Name of report.
    New in version 19
    Name of report.
    Name of report.
<New Plane>: Integer or character string
  • Number of the plane to activate. If this number is greater than the number of existing planes, only the controls not assigned to a plane will be displayed.
  • Number of the plane associated with the specified control. The control will no longer be displayed if this number does not correspond to the current plane.
  • Versions 19 and later
    Numbers of the planes associated with the control. These numbers are supplied in character string format and they are separated by a comma.
    New in version 19
    Numbers of the planes associated with the control. These numbers are supplied in character string format and they are separated by a comma.
    Numbers of the planes associated with the control. These numbers are supplied in character string format and they are separated by a comma.
Remarks
Versions 19 and later

Plane and internal report

When ..Plane is used directly on the internal report, this property applies to the controls found in the internal report. For example, to display the plane 2 of the internal report from the host report or directly in the internal report, use the following code line:
<Name of Internal Report>..Plane = 2
When ..Plane is used on the host report of the internal report, this property applies to all the controls found in the host report (including the internal report control if it is associated with a plane).
New in version 19

Plane and internal report

When ..Plane is used directly on the internal report, this property applies to the controls found in the internal report. For example, to display the plane 2 of the internal report from the host report or directly in the internal report, use the following code line:
<Name of Internal Report>..Plane = 2
When ..Plane is used on the host report of the internal report, this property applies to all the controls found in the host report (including the internal report control if it is associated with a plane).

Plane and internal report

When ..Plane is used directly on the internal report, this property applies to the controls found in the internal report. For example, to display the plane 2 of the internal report from the host report or directly in the internal report, use the following code line:
<Name of Internal Report>..Plane = 2
When ..Plane is used on the host report of the internal report, this property applies to all the controls found in the host report (including the internal report control if it is associated with a plane).

Limits

..Plane cannot be used on:
  • an option in a Check Box or Radio Button control,
  • a row in a Table, List Box or Combo Box control,
  • a cell in a Table control,
  • a column in Table control,
  • a window menu,
  • a tab pane,
  • a group of controls,
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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